As specialty petfood formulas become increasingly popular, so-called ‘superfoods’ are trending as viable ingredients.
Greg Aldrich, PhD
Feb 12, 2015
This essential dietary element is readily accessible, leaving manufacturers with plenty of formula-friendly options.
The rabbit is an ideal model for studying nutritional-related disorders and fetal programming of metabolic disease.
A diet containing yellow field peas indicated improved metabolic health in dogs despite continued obesity.
Moderately elevated vitamin D levels seemed to protect cats against the liver pathology caused by the consumption of large amounts of vitamin A.
Prolonged gastric emptying contributes to prolonged post-prandial hyperglycemia in cats meal fed a high-carbohydrate, low-protein, dry diet.
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